Our Indian cities don’t have much by way of street art. And what there is, looks typically municipality-commissioned.
Which is why i thought i should share a few examples of street art that ticks all the boxes of what this should be–creative, imaginative, quirky and brilliantly executed.
So I am going to let the pics speak for themselves!
A brilliant 2-level piece, partly on the compound wall, and partly on the building wall. (Note the line across the boy’s shoulder. Below that, is the the portion on the compound wall, and above on the building wall). Yelahanka, Bangalore.
Compound wall of a house. Yelahanka, Bangalore.
Discarded dish antenna. GMR Institute of Technology. Rajam, Andhra Pradesh.